Products are not always the most reliable when it comes to safety. Companies put together their products to make sure that they receive the most return on their investment. This means that they will occasionally sacrifice quality and use materials that can be harmful or even deadly to people when they use the products. Obviously, not all companies are like this, but you can assume that there are some items in your home that aren't exactly built from the safest materials.
Let's say that you went out to a restaurant for a nice dinner with your family and friends in San Antonio. Maybe you are celebrating special occasion or you just want to treat the ones you love to a nice night out on the town. You walk to the bathroom, past the kitchen, and slip on some grease that was lying on the floor. You end up injuring your neck or breaking an arm and then you have to go to the emergency room to get it fixed. These damages cost money and force you to live with an injury that might not even completely heal.
Do you own a boat? Does someone you know own a boat? Boats are a great way to experience time with friends and family, hang out in the sun and dive in for a quick cool down. Boats are really the perfect entertainment opportunity. You get to speed around, look at other people, meet new friends, and forget about all the stresses of going to the office and dealing with your cranky boss. Unfortunately, both are also quite dangerous. If you get in a boating accident you can get severely injured or even die. You might also damage your boat which causes extreme financial problems.
When you buy something you expect it to work. That unfortunately is not always the case. Products may have defects or other problems that aren't discovered until well after they have been sold. Consumers aren't aware of the problems until they are harmed or if a recall is made public. This is a scary situation, especially when some of those defects can cause death.